I'm glad Sue has that nice warm scarf on such a cold day. It really looks like it is knit.
She is super cute.
We certainly need a warm muffler these days - even inside the house! It is still Brrr!
I hope she can send you some relief from the heat wave you are having!
Oh she is veryyyy cute. Good application of the stitches. The scarf is awesome.
Oh, Queenie! She's fabulous!!!!You must have such patience!I love the effect of the two-sided insertion ..... it's so pretty! It looks a lovely snow coat!And how are you, are you better now?We are suffering here this week with horrible colds.Hugs,Barbara xx
Thank you! It is always a challenge to use the five stitches in a smart way. The Detached Up and Down Buttonholes Stitch seemed good for a 'knitted' scarf.
Thank you Barbara,The Two-sided Insertion Stitch pattern on the coat took a lot of time (and patience) do to, but it think it makes a nice filling pattern.Yes, thanks I am getting better. I'm sorry to hear you have been ill, too. This year the 'bug' is a nasty one!
The two sided insertion stitch looks very effective.
Oh, very well done. She's an absolute poppet, and you've made good use of the stitches to create the effects of the materials.
How cute! This is so creative!
Wow Carin, your little Sunbonnet looks so cute !!! I like her !!Have a lovely week-end,isa
I've been looking forward to this.Beautiful skating rendition and use of stitches, making Sue thestar of the rink.Nice work Queenie, glad you're feeling better.
I have loved each of your Sunbonnet Sue girls but this one take first prize in my eyes. You worked the Two-sided Insertion stitch around a curve so neatly. I'm happy you are feeling better and hope the cold weather ends soon.
That section took a long time and a bit of patience to do!
Thank you, Rachel.I think the Bayeux Stitch looks good on the gloves, and the Colonial Knots are great for the snow.
Thank you. It was fun to do this Sue while watching the Japanese figure skaters do their best in the OS!
Thank you. I hope Sue enjoyed dancing on the ice rink!
Thanks, Janie. I had fun making this while recovering from the cold.
Thank you Maureen,I have had fun making each Sunbonnet Sue in a different way. Here I wanted to use the traditional chubby little girl, playing at skating in her backyard while pretending she was one of the stars at the OS.
Such a pretty Sue, love the pattern on her coat!
Thank you.The coat took the most time, but I think it was worth it.
How adorable! I love seeing all of your creativity. Fantastic work!
Thank you. Sue is trying to be an OS figure skating star, ha, ha!
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